►The first race held in Phoenix was on March 16, 1991, and Jean-Michael Bayle won on a Honda
►From 1991-1998, Phoenix did not host a race
►This will be the 17th time the gate will drop for a Monster Energy Supercross race in Phoenix
►Ezra Lusk won his last supercross race in Phoenix on a Kawasaki in 2003
►James Stewart and Ryan Dungey are the only riders to win Phoenix in both 450SX and 250SX Classes
►Dungey earned his first-ever win in Phoenix in 2010 and gave KTM their first-ever 450SX Class win in Phoenix during the 2012 season
450SX Class: Wins by Brand in Phoenix
Brand

Win(s)

Last Win

Kawasaki

4

2007

Yamaha

4

2011

Honda

4

2013

Suzuki

3

2010

KTM

1

2012

450SX Class: Anaheim 1 Recap
►Red Bull KTM’s Ken Roczen earned the first 450SX Class win of his career and became the 57th rider to win a 450SX Class Main Event
►Roczen became the second rider in history to win a 450SX Class main Event on a KTM. With Roczen finishing first and Dungey finishing second KTM placed two riders on the podium for the first-time ever in a 450SX Class race
►KTM swept third Main Event with Roczen and Jason Anderson’s victories
►Red Bull KTM’s Dungey earned his 48th career podium in 67 career starts. He has now been on the podium at least once for six seasons
►Chad Reed finished third, earning his 122nd podium in 165 career starts; he has been on the podium for 12 consecutive seasons
►In 13 consecutive opening race starts, Reed has been on the podium eight times
►Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto earned his 65th career top-five finish in his 76th career start with a fourth place
►Last season Villopoto finished 16th in the opening race and went on to win the championship
►Justin Barcia earned his 13th career top five with a fifth-place finish
►James Stewart has finished inside of the top five in the opening race of the season six times during his 10 years of racing
450SX Class: Seasons with a Podium

Seasons

Rider
Mike LaRocco

17

Kevin Windham

14

Chad Reed

12

James Stewart

12

Jeremy McGrath

10

 

250SX Class: Wins by Brand in Phoenix

Wins

Last Win

Brand
Kawasaki

8

2010

Honda

3

2013

Yamaha

2

2001

Suzuki

2

2009

KTM

1

2006

 

250SX Class: Anaheim 1 Recap

►Jason Anderson earned the second 250SX win of his career, and he has done it on two different brands, Suzuki and KTM
►Anderson and Nathan Ramsey are the only riders to give KTM opening-race wins
►TLD Honda’s Cole Seely earned his 11th career 250SX Class podium with a second place finish
►Seely has finished on the podium in three-straight season openers, including a win in 2012
 

450SX Class Laps Led

Laps Led

Ken Roczen

12

Ryan Villopoto

8

250SX Class Laps Led

Laps Led

Cole Seely

11

Jason Anderson

4

450SX Class Nuclear Cowboyz® Holeshot Award
RaceRider
Anaheim Race 1Ryan Villopoto
250SX Class Nuclear Cowboyz Holeshot Award
RaceRider
Anaheim Race 1Jason Anderson
450SX Class Fastest Qualifying Time
RaceRider
Anaheim Race 1Justin Barcia
250SX Class Fastest Qualifying Time
RaceRider
Anaheim Race 1Dean Wilson
MMI Top Tech Award
RaceTop Tech
Anaheim Race 1Kelly Lumgair
450SX Class Results: Anaheim Race 1
RiderHometownBike

Place

Ken RoczenMurrieta, CalifKTM

1

Ryan DungeyBelle Plaine, Minn.KTM

2

Chad ReedDade City, Fla.Kawasaki

3

Ryan VillopotoPoulsbo, Wash.Kawasaki

4

Justin BarciaPinetta, Fla.Honda

5

Justin BraytonCornelius, N.C.Yamaha

6

Josh GrantCorona, Calif.Yamaha

7

Broc TickleHolly, Mich.Suzuki

8

Andrew ShortSmithville, TexasKTM

9

Jake WeimerRupert, IdahoKawasaki

10

450SX Class Season Standings
RiderHometownBike

Place

Points

Ken RoczenMurrieta, CalifKTM

1

25

Ryan DungeyBelle Plaine, Minn.KTM

2

22

Chad ReedDade City, Fla.Kawasaki

3

20

Ryan VillopotoPoulsbo, Wash.Kawasaki

4

18

Justin BarciaPinetta, Fla.Honda

5

16

Justin BraytonCornelius, N.C.Yamaha

6

15

Josh GrantCorona, Calif.Yamaha

7

14

Broc TickleHolly, Mich.Suzuki

8

13

Andrew ShortSmithville, TexasKTM

9

12

Jake WeimerRupert, IdahoKawasaki

10

11